NVIDIA’s latest two Fermi-based graphics cards, the Quadro 2000 and Quadro 600, have been announced today, featuring 192 cores and 96 cores respectively although they both claim to deliver more performance than the outgoing parts which they will replace. The Quadro 2000 is touted to be at least 50% faster in geometry rendering compared its predecessor, the FX 1800. As for the Quadro 600, speed of its ancestor will be doubled at the very least, all the while consuming less juice than single-slot cards. You will have to fork out $199 for the basic Quadro 600 while the Quadro 2000 will set you back by $599.
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